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: assemblyman and several co-sponsors reintroduced the trust act banning local law enforce frment turning over illegal im grnts to the feds for possible deportation if the crime is relatively minor. >> we must make sure that secure community focus on violence and harden criminals. not on day labor workers. not on domestic workers. >>reporter: republicans will have little say. >> our role will be hopefully partner with the press. shine a light on what is going on in the government. >>reporter: democrat believe california voters gave them a mandate to get things done. >> i think the biggest danger we would move too consciously and not address the problem california has been facing. california voters have demanded that we govern. that's what we intend to do. >>reporter: lawmakers will also be making less this session. new 5 percent pay cut means rank and file will earn just over 90,000 dollars a year. but they still get the 142 dollar a day tax-free per diem for living expenses. in sacramento, abc 7 news. >>> more to bring you tonight. bizarre situation played out on television. coming
. if we have the latest on what is happening now that prop 39 is state law. >> we want to be first in line. somehow. some way. >>reporter: principal greg thomas pleading his case to law make investigators give his campus some of the state new energy retrofit money. 73 percent of california public schools are more than 25 years old and in need of the funding badly to upgrade or replace windows, inefficient lighting and old air conditioning heating systems fichlt we can look at energy efficiency then you are having savings year over year over year and then you will have more money visible for those things. >>reporter: the costs are staggering. more than 10,000 public schools in california together spend 700 million dollars a year on energy. that's how much they spend on all supplies. that's to voteers who aprove proposition 39 disadvantage schools will now be able to pay for energy retrofit. proposition 39 closes tax loop hole that mostly benefited out of state corporations. it's a billion dollar a contrary funding boost for the state. half goes to the general fund. the other half
-old james cross by and his 39-year-old brother-in-law michael meadows. >> we live when electronic did he advises can capture and further investigation but at the same time we don't want to see anyone injured or killed because of so it we need to use a fine balance. >>reporter: cross which believed to be the one who waved the gun at the couple and later fired shots at them. both men expected to be charged with assault with deadly weapon and attempted robbery. in oakland, abc 7 news. >>> of governor brown is criticize ago pay raise for the new chancellor at uc berkeley. governor says the 50,000 dollar increase does not fit with the spirit of leader shp that is needed rate now. incoming chancellor is nicholas dirk. he was the executive vice president at columbia university in new york and dirk says he's well aware of the challenges that lie ahead. >> substantial investment on the part of the state in higher education and the kinds of things that the university all campus ins the system have had to do to struggle to make up for this diminishment of state funding. >>reporter: dirk salary
. keep in mind he can't stop it. state law does not allow regulators reject health insurance rate hikes. >> when we are talking about money and numbers, the numbers have been drawn and winning ticket worth $580 million. the powerball is 6. jackpot has rolled over 16 consecutive times but lottery officials this time there is a 75% chance the winning combination will be drawn. more than 160 million tickets were sold with tickets selling at a right 130,000 a minute across the nation. odds of winning are 175 million to one. powerball is played in 42 states. californians drove to arizona to buy a ticket. >> we are just getting started. coming up a man accused of sex crimes and performing illegal liposuction comes face to face with the people that he treated. >> south bay, two women pulled to safety from a burning camp ber by a stranger and puppy was saved, too. plus.... >> small amount of money. it could be a life saving. >> helping his homeland. later the effort by the author later the effort by the author of the kite [ male announcer ] this december, remember -- ♪ you can stay in and lik
feet, 30 feet from the barn. the heat was so bad. >>reporter: the arriving crew from the substance law consolidated fire district included captain les porter who dove under the burning boat and struggled with the latch to free mow from the dog run. >> and the firefighters made it a priority one of the firefighters come over there and put hose on top of him and then another one knelt down in the middle of the flames and got him out. >> a little burn on the foot right here on the back foot. but otherwise i don't know how he survived. >>reporter: later tim chandler said it was remarkable how captain porter treated mow like he was a person. we tracked down les porter off duty at his ranch in oak dale. turns out he's got 3 dogs of his own. he tells us he likes dogs more than some people. lucky for mow. >> how cute is mow. george reporting. >> let's go back and update the weather forecast. strong storm moving in. sandy is tracking it for us. >> right behind you you saw the live camera pwoungs around winds picking up. leif doppler right now own radar on mount saint helena. picking u
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